Head Start Receives Grant for Natural Play Ground from Midland Area Community Foundation
Thanks to a grant provided by the Midland Area Community Foundation, a local Head Start will be able to create a natural playground space that will be used as an extended classroom this fall. The grant provided to Head Start is with the focus area in developing talent in kindergarten readiness.
“Now more than ever, we have been seeking to add more learning areas to the outdoors,” exclaims Jessica Waddell, Head Start Teacher. “This space will provide children with opportunities to safely explore nature while developing social and academic skills."
Dedicated Head Start staff are trained to provide high quality learning experiences and support for children and families to promote their future success. Head Start is currently taking applications for fall, contact Ashley at 989-590-0088, email email@example.com.
Midland Head Start is a program that is part of Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency (NEMCSA), a private, nonprofit Community Action Agency that provides programs to enhance quality of life by empowering individuals and strengthening communities. For more information regarding this program, NEMCSA’s employment opportunities, preschool registration, or other agency programs and services, please visit www.nemcsa.org.
The Midland Area Community Foundation provides philanthropic leadership to strengthen our community by fostering collaboration and giving today and in the future. For more information visit www.midlandfoundation.org.